Question about 2010 Chevrolet Impala
This is an EVAP emissions code. I am pretty sure it is a vent solenoid code. Yes it is o.k. to drive it with this code. Typically it will have a relatively easy and somewhat inexpensive repair. It would be better to have the problem repaired as soon as possible. This will enable you to turn the light off. If another more severe problem should come up the light will turn back on to alert you. If you do not repair the issue you will never know if another issue pops up that could be more serious since the check engine light will already be on.
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